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Tuesday, 08 July 2014 19:25

2014 Toronto Fringe Festival Runs Through This Sunday, July 13

The 2014 Toronto Fringe Festival: July 2 – 13, 2014

Show venues:  Various locations around the Annex neighbourhood and the downtown core.

The Fringe Club is located in the parking lot behind Honest Ed’s (581 Bloor St. W., southwest corner of Bloor and Bathurst). The Fringe Club is the festival headquarters, with a box office, beer tent, great food, and free programming.

Performance schedule: Daily between 11:00am and midnight

Ticket Prices: $12 in advance, $10 at the door.
(FringeKids! performances for children 12 and under: $5 in advance and at the door)

NEW THIS YEAR: 100% of tickets will be available online, over the phone, or at the Festival Box Office up to three hours before show time. Any unsold tickets will be available for purchase at individual venues. In the past, 50% of tickets to all show have been held for at-the-door sales. This is no longer the case.

Purchase tickets starting June 12, 2014 the following four ways:

1.      Over the phone at 416.966.1062

2.      Online at

3.      In-person at the play’s venue, starting one hour before show-time during the festival

4.      At the main box office in the Fringe Club, from noon-9pm during the festival

All shows start on time. Latecomers will not be admitted. No exceptions.

The Toronto Fringe

Now celebrating its 26th year, the Toronto Fringe provides creative opportunities for artists and audiences by producing two important festivals – the Toronto Fringe Festival and the Next Stage Theatre Festival – and by running outreach activities that benefit youth, artists and the theatre community at large. In 2014, the Toronto Fringe launched a national crowdfunding platform for indie artists, called Fund What You Can (FWYC). Our home, the Fringe Creation Lab, welcomes independent artists year round, encouraging their creative work by offering them affordable space to make art, congregate and innovate.  For more information,

How to fringe

Hundreds of companies, dozens of venues, so much to see and do… make the most

of your Fringe experience with these Fringe tips:



(581 BLOOR ST. W.)


The Club is where artists, audience members, staff and volunteers come to meet,

share information and have fun. With nightly food service, a licensed bar, a pop-up

art market, live street theatre and more, you can start and end your Fringe days in the

middle of all the action.

(Fringe tip: Strike up a conversation with someone at the Fringe Club and ask for

show recommendations - you’ll be amazed by how well-informed Fringers are!)




For last-minute schedule changes, info on fun free events or ticket giveaways from

our partners, stay informed on our digital platforms and our brand new Fringe app!


The Toronto Fringe Festival App: Download via the App Store or Google Play

Twitter: @Toronto_Fringe and #FringeTO

Instagram: toronto_fringe


(Fringe tip: You can also find information from our incredible media partner, NOW

Magazine. Check out for reviews, listings and ticket



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